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Nutrition For Physical Activities

So you read our last blog and became S.M.A.R.T. at setting your New Year’s resolutions. And even though the gym has by now emptied out of all the resolutioners you first saw on New Year, you’re still consistent and getting your workouts in regularly.

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Be S.M.A.R.T. & Crush Your Resolutions

Perhaps your experience differs from ours, but we certainly noticed that the majority of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. And we can understand why. The fitness resolutions people set are often vague and lofty. So to help our clients achieve their resolutions, we often use the system of S.M.A.R.T. goal setting to organize and structure their goals in a way that will increase the chance of success

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3 Scary Nutrition Myths, Debunked

To many people, nutrition can seem like a scary topic. Afterall, we are bombarded with sensationalist anecdotes and stories about how some foods will ruin our diet, or how you have to eat a certain way to be healthy. However, we here at Meals of Steel believe in facts over fear. So in the spirit of the season, these are a few of the most common nutrition myths that scare our clients.

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Weight Loss Triangle

After numerous consultations, we here at Meals of Steel acknowledge that many of our clients embark on a new lifestyle primarily to adjust their weight. And most commonly, to lose weight. With that in mind, we want to share with you the 3 most important principles that we focus on when speaking to any client about weight management.

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Benefits of Meal Prepping

As you may imagine, we’re really high on meal prep here at Meals of Steel. But can you blame us? Over the years, we have personally witnessed repeatedly how meal prep helps our clients have more time and energy to pursue their passions, as well as keeping their nutrition on track while doing it.

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Meals of Steel’s Favorite Snacks

Through consulting many clients, we’ve heard many concerns regarding snaking. They may have heard that Americans are snacking too much, or that snacking will cause you to gain weight. Quite frankly, we disagree. First, weight gain is caused by energy balance, not by snacking in itself.

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Eat More Greens This St. Patrick’s Day

When you are celebrating this St. Patrick’s Day by wearing green outside your body, don’t forget about the green that also goes inside your body. According to the CDC, only about 9% of adults reach their recommended intake of vegetables.

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Take Care of Your Heart This Valentine’s

Let’s face it — Love is hard to find, and when you find it, it’s hard to lose!

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3 Tips For Successful New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again, when there’s a collective ache for change in the air and an excitement for new opportunities, ideas, and goals to flourish! And after an unpredictable year like 2020, people are inviting in change, almost begging it to come in, with open arms.

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4 Super Simple Rules for Healthy Eating

Let’s face it; it can be quite confusing to know exactly what to eat for one to be healthy. Considering that every other week, the media keeps churning out claims and counterclaims of some “super” food you must add to your diet or another you have to avoid all costs.

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